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Taking Care of Toxins with Maharishi AyurVeda

By |2019-02-11T11:34:09+00:00February 7th, 2019|Detox, Digestion, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs|

Ayurveda distinguishes three kinds of toxins called ama, amavisha & garavish. The most common type is ama, which is the sticky waste product of incomplete digestion that builds up in the digestive tract when your digestion is either weak or overloaded with the wrong foods. If ama is not cleared from the body and continues to build up, after some time it can leave the digestive tract and start circulating throughout the body. Once it settles in an area of the body, it can aggravate the doshas or subdoshas, causing an imbalance in that area of the body.

Ayurvedic Solutions for Strong, Healthy Hair

By |2019-02-05T16:24:30+00:00February 5th, 2019|Hair, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs|

Is your hair feeling limp and listless? According to Ayurveda, the health of every hair on your head reflects the health of your body as a whole—and both depend on good nutrition, a balanced lifestyle, and proper care... ...Ayurveda is all about your uniqueness and celebrates all different kinds of hair, from thick and lustrous, gray and thin, to fine and silky. Whatever your natural hair type, these simple Ayurvedic solutions will keep your locks looking their best.

New Study Suggests Triphala Has Prebiotic Properties

By |2019-01-31T16:37:06+00:00January 31st, 2019|Digestion, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Triphala|

A recent study found that triphala promotes the growth of healthy bacteria like Bifidobacterium and lactobacillus acidophilus. In addition to promoting friendly bacteria, this traditional Ayurvedic botanical also seemed to help inhibit the growth of unhealthy bacteria. “There are so many positive studies on the pharmacological effects of triphala, but nobody’s ever thought about looking at Ayurvedic herbs like triphala from the point of view of how they affect the microbiome,” says Robert Keith Wallace, Ph.D.,

The Yoga – Ayurveda Connection

By |2019-01-30T13:58:54+00:00January 29th, 2019|Knowledge, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Massage, Meditation, Yoga|

Yoga is becoming very popular around the world. While many view yoga as a gentler way to exercise, most long-time practitioners realize that yoga is not just physical - it creates balance in mind, emotions and consciousness as well. And they are starting to realize that yoga shares the same origin and goal as ayurveda, the traditional Vedic system of health care.

Maharishi AyurVeda, Micronutrients and Nutrition

By |2019-01-28T15:03:39+00:00January 24th, 2019|Children's Health, Digestion, Food, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Men's Health, Women's Health|

A micronutrient is a substance, such as a vitamin or mineral, that is essential in minute amounts for the proper growth and metabolism of a living organism. 40 micronutrients are essential for a balanced diet to maintain health. What does Maharishi AyurVeda recommend to obtain these nutrients?

The remarkable qualities of Triphala

By |2019-01-24T08:56:13+00:00January 23rd, 2019|Digestion, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Men's Health, Rejuvenation, Triphala, Women's Health|

Tired and sluggish when you wake? Prone to colds, flu and constipation? Ayurveda would say you have a toxic build-up called ama, due to incomplete digestion. Triphala consists of three fruits, which work synergistically to detoxify your entire digestive tract. Cabbage Rose is added to support and enhance the other ingredients. Besides helping you detox, Triphala Rose helps in absorbing nutrients effectively and in restoring your health, immunity and energy.

Ayurvedic Massage Oils for Every Day

By |2019-01-11T15:44:38+00:00January 11th, 2019|Immunity, Joints, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Massage, Men's Health, Muscles, Oils, Rejuvenation, Skin Care, Stress, Women's Health|

Ayurvedic Massage Oils for Every Day. We’ve all heard it before: take care of ourselves first; prioritize our own well-being, because only then can we most effectively care for others; we have to love ourselves before we can love anyone else; etc... start by giving our bodies some love with ayurvedic self-massage - abhyanga!